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ANONYMOUS ADS

ANONYMOUS ADS

a-ads Anonymous Ads is an advertising network that doesn’t collect personal data. The network payment system is based on bitcoins. A-ads is running since 2011 and is used on many bitcoin related websites.  Easy to setup Selection of traffic sources Diverse inventory Affordable traffic Create your ad- unit or advertising campaign in 30 seconds, no registration needed! click here  

FaucetHub

FaucetHub

FaucetHub is the new micropayment platform for faucet owners and users. It is a similar service to microwallet (already closed) and faucetbox (closing 19.december 2016). This service provides the api for faucet owners, so they can payout the users. Users are able to collect micro-payments on different faucets, all coins go to faucethub wallet and once reaching the minimal payout threshold you will get sent those coins directly into your wallet. You can use Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin. Please note that this…

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Faucetbox is closing

Faucetbox is closing

Faucetbox announced officially that they will close the Faucetbox API service on the 19 december 2016. What does it mean for faucet users and owners? Well they all need to change to an alternate service like xapo, epay or a new service, which they also talk about on bitcointalk forum, called faucethub. more I personally have always used faucetbox and liked it a lot, it was also very trusted! So we will see what service will come next. Here the…

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CoinAdNet

CoinAdNet

CoinAdNet– The Bitcoin Advertising Network is an brand new ad-network services, which is using bitcoins. Advertisers can buy eCPM (impressions/views) or PPC (pay per click) with bitcoins. Publishers can earn bitcoins for eCPM (impressions) or CPC (cost per click). Advanced Targeting – Reach users around the world, and get bitcoin niche targeted traffic. Detailed Statistics – advanced statistic and detailed traffic reports. Fair Value – Both advertisers and publishers receive the best value. It’s easy & simple bitcoin advertising! Bitcoin Friendly…

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The Stolen DAO Funds Are On the Move

The Stolen DAO Funds Are On the Move

More than $5m worth of digital currency associated with the attack on The DAO is on the move. Identified via an analysis of the ethereum classic blockchain, the finding comes courtesy of data analyst Bok Khoo. Founder of New Zealand-based Bok Consulting, Khoo’s work shows that 3.6m classic ethers were likely moved to a new account earlier this week. While a seemingly small development, the fund transfer is likely to have a deep relevance for those who have been following the debates in ethereum stemming from The…

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